My colouring-in book of San Cristóbal street scenes is available as a PDF for printing at home. The book contains these images of both monuments and everyday life in my town, San Cristóbal de las Casas in Mexico:
- Colonial streets - go crazy with façade colour combinations, roof dogs and fancy ironwork
- Toy-hawker, kids and parents in front of the Cathedral
- Three hippies complete with tattoos, drums and dogs
- Three ladies: coleta, tourist and Chamula
- Traditional felt animals (including lizard, lion and flamingo)
- Closeup of the candies in a sweets-seller's box
- La Merced plaza with breakdancers and dog-walkers
- Guess-the-owner based on typical Sancris shoes
- Felt souvenirs (hearts and stars)
- Arco del Carmen with a Zinacantan family in their embroidered finery
- People wearing animal hats on a cold evening
- A typical house complete with grandparents, mini-shop and flower pots
- A merry-go-round with kids and young people riding lions, dolphins and snakes
- A street scene featuring a fruit hawker, a whole family on a vespa, and passersby in front of a corner shop and a butcher's.
Each image comes with a little explanation or extra drawing task (with text in both English and Spanish). There is also information about the city and further reading suggestions for the real enthusiasts!
The San Cristóbal streets colouring book for printing at home comes as a PDF file, formatted for printing on individual sheets of A4 or letter-sized paper. The photo of the merry-go-round picture shows a home-printed version. The file also contains the front and back covers in colour. Read more on developmentcartoons.com/sancris-en-colores/
Of course you can print as many as you like, but only for private use, please. Share your visions using #SancrisEnColores!
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